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If the generator is an auto stop/start type for standby use, it would seem those solenoids are the reason why fuel isn't getting through. It would be a fairly sensible method of stopping the engine remotely.

An auto start/stop generator would need a battery for starting purposes, a battery that would presumably also provide current to energise those solenoids and allow fuel to flow.

I suggest you refer to the instruction manual in the first instance...

Honda Electrical... | Answered 4 hours ago

gen sets require a dc voltage to energize the field windings and there is a voltage regulator built in
That could be faulty
talk with your local genset repair shop to get ideas

Coleman... | Answered 20 hours ago

no---not safe and certainly not legal
two wires are active and neutral and by grounding the neutral it makes the box , any ground points , live and electrocution occurs
if you get a lead or have a new end fitted to a lead and it is incorrect then all ground pints become live
by posting that question you reveal your self as a diy person with no electrical knowledge at all and that makes you dangerous to all
Call an accredited electrician to fix the problem and check all of the wiring installations

Electrical... | Answered 23 hours ago

Maybe you can try checking on to Singapore Power (SP) Services, because all of the Energy Market Retailer in Singapore must be acknowledge by them. Or when I checked at Google Singapore, few names came up: iSwitch, Tuas & Seraya. Those are the top list Google Singapore recommended. Also try check their clients testimonial. Check here: https://iswitch.com.sg/who

Electrical... | Answered Yesterday

If you are looking for Trusted Electricity Providers in Singapore. First go to google.com.sg search Electricity Retailers, easy mate. In a second few names come up such as: iSwitch, Tuas, Seraya. I haven't done business with them, but you can check on their Testimonial page on what their customer saying about their services. Check here: https://iswitch.com.sg/how-to-iswitch

Electrical... | Answered Yesterday

Hi, Diana connect them in "SERIES" like old style Christmas tree lights. +-+-+-+-+- positive to negative.
Good luck and have a wonderful day.

Electrical... | Answered 2 days ago

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